kevin at 2dogknight.com
Sat Sep 16 09:42:58 UTC 2006
I'll certainly give it a try.
Kind regards, Kevin.
Dave S wrote:
> On Saturday 16 September 2006 10:20, Kevin Starkey wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Now that I've got a functioning webcam I'd like to be able to video
>> conference with my family/friends.
>> I used to do this with MSN messenger. My family/friends are
>> disappointed that I'm unable to do this anymore. I've done all the
>> searching I can think of and no luck. Gaim doesn't seem to support this
>> at this time. I looked into aMSN, but this didn't seem like it's there
>> yet either. If there's a solution that allows all my family/friends to
>> continuing to use MSN to video with me, this would be the best solution.
>> I've got Skype set up, but it doesn't appear to have webcam ability in
>> the Linux world, is that right? If there's a way to change this, that
>> would probably be the next best solution.
>> I've got Ekiga set up, but can't find a piece of software for my windows
>> family/friends that they could use on their end. I tried setting up
>> Windows netmeeting on my wifes computer and after spinning my wheels
>> with that I came to the conclusion that it's not supported anymore (is
>> this right?).
>> Please help. Thanks!
>> Kind regards, Kevin.
> Look at wengophone
> It works on linux, windows ...
> I have it set up on my machine, works great on a test call. Cant call my
> family to try it out for real as their XP has a virus (smug smirk) and is
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